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Customer (residential and commercial) implements Demand Response system and responds to Demand Response signals from the utility (using AMI)
Abstract:

This use case will describe the process to allow a Utility’s Customer to implement a Demand Response system and respond to the Demand Response signals from the utility.
Scenario 1:
Utility, responding to a variety of drivers (eg. CO2, feeder loading, etc.), sends dynamic pricing signals to influence a customer’s response. (Peak Shaving).
Scenario 2:
Utility, responding to a variety of drivers (eg. CO2, feeder loading, etc.), sends Demand Response signals to request a customer’s response or disconnect service. (Reliability Driven).

Year Published:
2010
Source:
EPRI Use Case Repository
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